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ttl fTIHIMO WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE It, It It;
I TO VOTE
fSulzer in Special Message Urges
It, and Bills Are Advanced
in Both Houses.
ATTACKED BY WAGNER.
(Senator Says Former Bill Was
Vetoed to Carry Out Deal
T.i Jum tl-Oov SuIiot
I a poil nmm to
to-day th phmii at
I to auaanlt to m volar 'I Um Btat
to Koratotor laetton th quMtton:
to! tow to a eoBTantto to iwta
ad mn Mm mm'
at It rwgular mMion
bill jworldlraj for too ubml-
mt to quMdm at spofltal Uo-
to hava toon bold Juno 1. but too
rotood It. n Msrlng It would
Um CtoU U.00O.M0 for too apoll
ad that laafllclnt ttan warn
to prspars for ottoh on oiootlon.
In hlo mm, to-day
to memorandum to
why bo disapproval th WU
"Tbo plodfod .faith of too Drmo-
toan.- party to eon tbla oonsUtu
oaal oonrontion boforo tbo tlmo
jrovtdod In Artloto 14. BooUon 1 of
too Mate oaasUtutton. will, hi my
Opinion, bo otrtotly fulfilled by too
rnlsalon of this queetlon at the
ember eleettoa of thie roar; and.
If favorable, thli win permit the
ejection, of delegate purouant to tbo
tonoHtuMonal provisions In Novem
ber. Mi. and the aaeemUlnf of tbo
djolojitoo la April. 1U.
"Tito holding of a oonaatuttonai
OonvenUon In April, UK, wUl bo
flue year In adveneo of tbo tlmo
sod In the oenetltutlon.
"Tbo plan of uomittim tbo qoea
flon of wbetbor a convention shall
bo called at tbo fall election of tbla
ffwar and tbo election of eeUaatee
thereto In the November election of
oat year, will avoid tb noooaalty
f tbo lsrg aad unnocaaaary ei
faaae of a epecUl election for aaoh
Tar fnMlment of a party piedce,
the leaet poealble ocaenee to
Mt taxpayer of tbo state. t an ob
ject which I am aura every member
of tbo legislature, aa well a my
air, favora moot beartlly.
"The bill eonuornlas tbla Impor
tant matter, which I belMve at thlo
time aboaid receive your favorable
consideration, should bo a measure
presenting to tbo voters, solely tbo
ejueetlun preeorlbed by tbo oonstltu-
tton, shall there bo a convention to
- revise the constitution aad amend
' toe samef"
UM dealtned to entry oat the Oov
flraor'a recommoadation wore Introduced
by II en ate r Simpson aad Aaeem-
Levy. The He note bill waa ad
to third ssasltodl at mm and pa-
fartod to the Judiciary committee. Tbo
'aatojaably bM was referred without
Majority Lander Wagnar of too dear
M ealtlclsed the Oovaraor for his ae
rtJas to vatolBaT tb oonatltatlonal oon-
Mll which passed at the red-
Mat baa Its fling at the Oo
Majority Leader Wagner crltl-
aatot hhn for vetoing the Tar nany bill
tag a vote during the summer on a con-
n. H charged the executive with
j feOure to keep the party pledge aad In
, Ittoalid that the Tammany bill waa
. vetoed by tb Oovaraor to return for
', tkr support of the Progressive party
fag his primary bill.
IT MAKES A DrffrmiNCI, Dl
. i CLARKt WAONER.
It seems to make a difference who
violates a party pledge," Senator Wag
star gbaufd. "W are aoeaiad of vis
a party ptedg In relation to the
it primary, but when the Governor
Uy vtolatee a party pledge It Is
In some quarter aa the proper
) "Tb Dwtsnnratlc party promlead (be
people a constitutional oonvcntlon 'at
too earliest posslbls moment' Buch a
ooaventlnn could have been held 'at the
' earliest possible moment' If a special
Motion bad been provided far between
the regular session and November of
thai yaar. Delegate could be elected
thlg fall and th convention oouid be
bald neat spring
The Democratic leader, Including
Senator U'Oorman, decided la confer
ence to provide for an election tht
month to pass upon tbo Question of a
"No taxpayer complained of our bin.
There was nothing but partisan oppo
. altlen. befor th Oovaraor th only
opposition waa expressed by the leader
of the Progressive party. There I a
report that the Governor vetoed th
bill for support for Ms direct primary
Mil aad that th Progressives thraat
eaad to desert ham If he signed the
Pomocratls organisation bill. Be you
sea how easy it la for some to break
Uosaprra lerloaaly III.
WASHINGTON. June It - Samuel
Oompere, President of tb American
sTaaeratlon of Labor, la la a wltloal
condition in the Kplscopal Bye, Ear and
Throat Hospital. Mr. Oompers' condi
tion. It waa geld at the hospital last
StoBt baa gat changed for th better
ateee tb operation performed on alas
aaara tkaa a weak ago.
, H Tejnacae Talap; Dctoalx.
jJr ih, VtmrttLM, Jaac 11 laaaaa Kg
S . i& VflJaW k) toll t eth-bmj ggga Ul aaXxPtoJ lata
Mooka ware In brisk demand In the
oarly trading, a strong tone bring in
ovldenca and a number of the import
ant leoues were oetabltshed at the
hlrheat ranpo on this movement. Heart
ing and Union Pacific were the fea
tures, the former paining IS and the
totter advancing IV TTnlted Htate
Steel roeo , Amalgamated Copper 1 S
ana inter. -Mat. preferred advanced 2
points, with meet of the atoeka par-
tlrlpaUnp In the advance.
Money, crop prospects and politic are
mentioned aa eeolly ttie throe moat Im
portant factor in the nnaaclal situa
tion at the present time. In fact, the
opinion prevalla that they will continue
to play an equally prominent part for
aome time to come
The supply of fuada the world over
will continue to be comparatively lim
ited, while the demand will he rorre.
rndlnply active, unless steps nre tak
to reduce the demand for money on
the part of European government.
Around 11 o'clock the demand for
took had slacked up and part of the
first bour'a advance waa lost in re
oeeetona that took place la the leaders
Since the recent low level was reached
la the atoch martlet a greet many small
lata of atooka tiava boon bought by in
vestors, who generally come Into the
market with ready cash, buying divi
dend paying stocks, and get a higher
rate of Interest than from aay other
source. Tries email lots la the aggre
gate amount to many thousands of
The afternoon seaalon waa very dull.
although prices wsro maintained
around the high level established early
in me day. Illinois Central sold off
2H points, but later on recovered oar
of Its loss while toe aetlvo atorks
closed less than a point off from the
top prices of the day. Total aalea
Tb, rioel.a ttaetattnae.
The falktela - tk. ki-i. . .
bet price itn-kt for Uxl.r and Uie n.i rhaiw
ausuaued with reiurnuu'i ekWas inn.
It to Iteragje Batter.
WAJIHINOTOM. June l.If your
butter at breakfast tastes "metallic" or
"Oily" r fishy." It is almost a certain
Indication that your trocar baa unloaded
"stonujts" buttr on you, according to
the Bureau of Animal Industry of the
RAPID HOVRL WltlTIVO.
IFOMi the Uades rbs-alele.l
Michael Falrleae," according to her
biographer. Wrote her masterpiece,
'The Road Mender." In nine day. A
remarkable feat, but by no mean a
record, for did not Johnson write "Raa
seine" a book of about similar Isngth
te "The Road Mender" In the eve
ning of a alngle weak, and Dumas
undertook, for a bet. to write the first
vnlume of ths "Chevalier d la Malum
Houge," to consist of 10,000 words, In
seventy-six hours, and won with sis
nours tu spare! Among modern writ
ers Mr Arthur Wing llny turned out
bl play. Two Hundred a Year" In a
slngl afternoon. On the other hand.
It took Oray yaara and years to write
his Elegy. Bo you cannot set the rec
ord of time and achievement
A smart Colonial with
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ifsStlyfl f N
Hwjth Hy n3 1 8
Teen ('upper Mi UB K Q
Thirl Aie Mu, fiS .
QUEEN QUALITY BOOT SHOP
82 Wost 84th Street
3,000 JERSEY CITY
BABIES PARADE AS
100.000 L00K ON
Infant Five Days Old Chris
tened in a Hurry to Be Ready
for a Prize.
Salvation Army Girls Toss
Flowers Along Line of
Three thousand youngetsr. ranging
In ag from Bv day to fourteen
years, this afternoon paaaad in full
review before about a hundred thou
sand critical father, mothers and
relative In the annual Jersey City
baby parade. The proeeaelon formed
at Warren atreet and Newark avenue
at t o'clock and moved along the let
tor thoroughfare through a lan of
humanity about two mile In length.
Newark avenue buildings were
draped with flag and bunting. The
public and parochial schools closed at
noon and about asventy-flve thoueand
children from far and near were
among th spectators.
Htantelaw Poleele of No. II Kssle
tract, who wa born Saturday, waa
th youngest baby In ths pared. He
waa ehrietened yesterdsy o that the
Judges might know whst to call him
If they gave him a prise
Prank Hague, new Commissioner of
Public Safety, and hla deputy, Jamea
Norton, had the big crowd of spectator
wall In band aa the gay pageant started
on Ita way. Three hundred uniformed
police and about fifty plalnclothea men
were on duty.
Col. Henry Brlnkarhoff. lata of the
Fourth neglment National Ouard, waa
grand marshal of the baby parade. The
nine dlvlslona behind him were divided
Into baby carriages, pushcart, float,
Sunday-schools and cadet corps.
The mnet unique float waa that of
th Salvation Army, which waa de
stined by Major Wallace Wlnchll. It
repreeentad n block of tenement, show
Ing how the people are crowded In
thoaa big structures. Mla May Win.
echell, sis year old. daughter of the
Major, and two Salvation Army 1
sles toad rosea, carnatlnna and Ivy
leaves among the spectators aa th float
moved along. The flowers wr all
plucked from the hundreds or mors
floral piece sent to the five new Com
missioner who tooh over the affairs of
Jersey City yesterdsy.
The parade hsd not been In progres
haf an hour before th "Low nd
Found" navlum In the Hanley Building
at Newark avenue and Cooper place be
came ronjeated with tost ynumrsters
At 130 there were forty-eight children
In the bl detention room patiently
waltlne fo their mamma.
In th grandstand at Nawsrk and
Jersey avenue wer the following
Judge: Gov. Fielder, Msyor Farsn.
former Mayor Witt perm nnd the mem-u-s
of th new romm'ulon govern
ment board. There were also on the
stand Stat Senator Colirat, Proaecutor
lludapeth. County Supervisor O'Mealla,
Mgr John A. Bhrnpard or St. Michael's
Human Catholic lliurch and James O
Th baby parade was under the di
rection of the Jersey City Buxlnees
Men' Aesociatlon. Ten thousand min
iature airships ware distributed among
the children. Rvary boy and girl along
the line of march was armed with n
whistle cane. Not less than 16,000 were
Women who visit the Queen
Quality Boot Shop find the
widest possible range of styles
and leather combinations for
their personal selection. No
where else in New York is the
assortment so comprehensive.
From the conservative to the
most audacious dresser, we
supply every foot-wear need.
For every conceivable fashion
in costumes we have distinct
ive ties, slippers ox boots to
$3.50 to $5.00
A few at $6.00
raW mi At MUm
BANKER BYERS WON'T
CONTEST DIVORCE SUIT
i Sleuth Tells How Evidence Was
(inirJ After PoHowhlg Trail
for Several Weeks.
When Mr. Prances Pleher Pyer.
wife of William H. Bver, of the hank
ing hoiiee of W. II. Hyer Co . of No.
I" ILrnariv. :tv. Appesred lfore Justice
Greenliaiim In ih Supreme Court to
day It became known that her banker
hii!nml )m decided to let her suit for
ilvorot uy iiefnnlt Mr. Hyer on
the tand reduced her claim for lon
alimony to provided her huhand
waa willing to support and educate
their two children, Oardn." and Km.lv.
custody of whom she asked. Th Jus
tic confirmed the agreement.
Mrs. Myers's principal wltnea was
Iw1s C. 1everntix. one lnvet.g.itor
for tb American Sugar Kalinins: Com
pany, who was assigned to follow Hyer
by an official of th refining company,
a friend of the Byers. Devereaux tes
tified that early thla spring he took up
Ih trail of the banker, an defter follow
ing htm several week trapped him on
evening when Byere alighted at th
Time Square subway station. After
visiting the Knickerbocker and Cadllao
Hotel, paid Dvraug, Hyere went to
aa apartment on th fourth floor of th
Arcadia Apartment Th eleuth sent for
hi employer and an entrance waa
forced. Hyer waa found with a young
BOSS COX PUT ON TRIAL
Area of Misapplying read of
Clad a Mil Treat Company.
CINCINNATI, June li Vorg R
Cog, former politician and financier,
waa placed on trial In th Common
Pleas Court her to-day charged with
having mlaapplled the fund of the
Cincinnati Truat Company to the ex
tent of $116,000.
It I alleged la th Indictment that
Cox loaned thla amount to th Ford A
Johnson Chair Company after that con
cern la alleged to have become In
ulveliL Attornoy-Oeneral Timothy Hogan of
Ohio la aseltlng Prosecutor IVgua
Moforheat Dream Re-tarnlng.
HAMILTON. Bermuda. June 18.-The
motor boat Dream, the winner of the
race from Philadelphia to Bermuda,
starts on the return Journey this after
noon at half-paat four. She will go di
rect to Ocean city, N. J.
YOUR best play on the "19th."
Tee off with a bite to eat. and follow through
with that incomparable after-golf refreshment
On Sale Everywhere Families Supplied by Grocers and Retailers
From an Immaculate Plant
Th main plant Of Anheuser-Busch re
quire tlU arparate building.
It co vera 1 42 acre, equal to 70 city block.
6.000 people are employ ed bar and 1 , 900
other la branches.
The Largtsl Plant of lu
in th World
wft ANHEUSER-BUSCH AGENCY, New York H
A BUSCH BOTTLING CO., Brooklyn H
J ANHEUSER-BUSCH NEWARK AGENCY, Newark
BABY MAKES JUDGE RELENT
ANO PAROLE ITS FATHER.
Money and Promise oi Work for
Man Who Stole to Keep Loved
Ones From Starving.
When Joasph Whitman of No. 101
West Twenty-venth atreet pleaded
gull'y before Judge Foeter In Oenersl
Sessions to having snatched $60 from
the hand of a neighbor. Albino lawn,
the Judge, before sentencing the prle
oner, naked If there was any one de
pendent upon him. At thai moment a
thin little womxn holding a four-week-nld
child walked nncertalnly down thi
elnle to the Judge' bench.
"lie stole because the tmby and I
were starving, Judge," she cried, her
eyes alight with fear of what Impended.
"When the baby we had no money
tn the hSBM and If neighbor had no'.
been kind we would have died."
The Judge enld he would put the
prloner on probation and said an agent
of the Prisoner' Aid Society will try
to procure errrployment for him.
Then the Judge pulled 110 from his
pocket and handed It to the mother of
the babe. "L'nt:l your mon can help,
this will do a little," he Mid.
Th woman sank to th floor, ua
conscious. 6,000 NEEDLESS BLIND.
Medical Asenrlsvtlon Told There
Are That Maay Kerb Tear.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., June
That cancer gf th stomach Is a cur
able disease was th declaration of
Ir. William D. Mayo of Rochoater.
Minn.. In an address to-day before the
Amsrlcan Medical Association.
"A favorable diagnosis can be es
tablished by slmpl method," he as
serted. ' Dr. Mayo gav a review of
tatlatlca of sign and aymptoma ob
served In 1.000 patients operated on
for cancer of the stomach.
fltnr. thousand naedless esses of
blindness occur In th United States
each year. This statement was ma le
by Henry Copley Greene, agent for
th Conservation of Ryeelght of the
Massachusetts Commission for the
This condition, Mr. Oreene said, was
a challenge to the medical profeeslnn
and called for the co-operation of eu
IMta, social workers and law gjakera.
Much of th needles blindness, he
said, waa due to lack of attention to
sore eye among bablaa.
Horn cleanliness I maintained In every
nook and cornar of thla institution.
On can't go through on a tour of In
spection, a hundred do each day, and not
got a quaUty-unpretoion.
IV ... flftfct Sv
1 J ' gsV auuaings pj
HE TAUGHT SOCIETY TO
DANCE; DIES A RICH MAN.
John H. Trenor Made Millions in
Real Estate, Lost Them and
Made a New Fortune.
John II. Trenor, a millionaire, who
for many yeara taught Nw Toik ex
clusive set to dance, died yesterday cf
old age In hi home on North avenue.
New it... he.il. He waa eighty-eight
Mr. Trenor came lo New Torb from
freland when he was eight years old.
When he was twenty he opened a danc
ing academy. Among hi pjfona wer
William K Vandernllt, Chauneey .M. De
pew, James Gordon Bennett, Horace
Greeley snd It Is said ex-Prealdent It "
velt. Later he embarked In real relate
hunlnes and by 174 he had accumulated
$3,000,000. He lost nearly all In the panic
nt that year, but aided by the wealthy
friend of the dancing academy days
he reopened hi echool ai d began ener
getically to recoup his losses.
It 1 said he planned the first flat-
bouse built In New York. It was
erected In 1S. The bulldln tnda op
posite Hryant Park on Sixth avenue.
One of Mr. Trenor' largest real estate
deal was the sal of his farm of 27:
acres, now Argyl Park, In New Ho
ohell. for fiM.nim. He reserved a amall
section of th farm on which he had
lived for th paat decade. He la aur
vlved by four grandchildren.
President Locke Very III.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa, June It.
There are persistent reports here to.
day that President Lock of the
Sun and Wind Brine; Out Ugly Spots:
How to Remove Easily
Here's a chance. Milt Freckle-face, tr
try a remedy for freckle with the guar
antee of a reliable dealer that it will not
coat 'ou a penny unless it remove the
freckles: while if it doe five you a clear
complexion the expense is trifling.
Simply get an ounce of othine double
strength from Rikcr-Hrgeman Drug
Stores, and a few applications should
show you how easy it I to rid yourself
of the homely freckle and get a beauti
ful complexion. Karcly is more than
one ounce needed for the worst case.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength nthine, as this is the pre
scription sold under guarantee of money
bark if it fails I o remove freckles.
iiiyiiiiiiiyiiiiiiiiiiiuidiiiiiisuii.uiyiiiiuiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiLi i m
Soma of th Principal
Phillies to so seriously ill that ha may
not recover. His mother and relatives
ars on their way here from Pittsburgh.
but at hla horn her all that ean be
!arnd I that ha I resting more
easily than yesterday, when he hsd
a bad turn. Hla phyalciana eay hla
recovery may be "guardedly expected,"
hut because of complication It la aald
ti, ere Is much anxlty felt
Bakoale Plata la Haytl.
PORT At J PRINCE, Haytl. June -
An epidemic of bubonlo plague ha
broken out at the seaport of Jacmel
thirty miles from here Numerous
esse ,iav been reported of which
many have resulted fatally. Jacmel
ha been Isolated from the rest of the
country by a cordon of troops and the
Time and Place for
That npod talc of newly
discovered diamond fields
of the greatest richness
which will goon bring
prices down with a run is
going the rounds again.
Don t let this shopworn
yarn beguile you into put
ting off a contemplated
purchase of diamonds. If
you want to save money
on diamonds buy now and
buy at Lambert. You will
in that case save all mid
dlemen's profit, because
taire engagement rings are all imported direct.
You will save by economical business methods, because alt
diamonds at Lamberts arc paid for
in the Lambert factory.
Mountings, hand made, are
and platinum, so contrived as to
Diamonds and strongly built to hold them firm.
Let us show you novel forms in diamond brooches,
lockets, fobs, la vallicres, bracelets, bar pins.
Seamless Gold Wedding Rings
Lambert seamless solid Gold Wedding Kings have a wn l
utation of thirty-six years to sustain, nnd well they uphold it. I
Never has come a complaint against one of them. All shapes
widths, styles and thicknesses. No charge for engraving.
xsssiaaaxsxS gSgj fjgr
4 Krt A.nO up l.-Ktrii. fj gf up
-Krt. gl.no bi. 1-Knrt. V: up
i-Ksral. SS-Kjrst. T.O up
Either of these solid gold bracelets would rook well with a
graduation gown. See us in regard to other appropriate and
inexpensive gifts for briuht scholars.
.l ast ss
Third Ave., Cor. 58th Street.
Store Oper. Daily Un'.il 6. Saturday Night Until 10.
Roses and Brides
NORTH SIDE OF STREET near 61.
Furniture of Character
Furniture that has nothing but cheapness to reconmend it is most
unwise for you to buy, and it would hurt our business reputation to
sell it. The. strongest feature of this business is the absolute depend
ability of Little's furniture and Little's methods. We Invite yon tb
see the BIG Nbw stocks in tne bio ibw building, you are
not buying to best advantage until you have examined Little's Furni
ture and Little's Prices. Little makes the terms of payment easy, to
suit the present dull business conditions.
$18.50 Refrigerator I $19.50 Extension Table
Apytment House Re
frigerator, S4 inches
high, 25 inches wide,
Ice capacity 100 lbs..
Ice chamber door In
front, sanitary wire
flue (or cleaning pur
poses; a roomy, dur
In.; width s
U claw fee:;
For tkt cenvtwtnet cailomtri
sag aiiJ gecgaf aarl ao m4 th
J. H. LITTLE
Government I taking energetic ptoBB
to prevent the propagation of tb aW
DIRECT FROM OUR
in these soli
with spot cash and are mountetfl
solid 14-karat or 18-karat gold
show the full brilliancy of th
1 4. Karat, ...0 up 1 4 Knrsl. aU.OO us
1 1.KsrsI I.T.'V up 1 K,rt. p(.ep
III-KirM. Jw.TS up a IN K.rsl. P10.30 up
solid 14-karat gold
bangle (that does not
open), half engraved,
If.Ml, bracelet, to open,
Solid 10-karat gold
bangle (that does not
open), all engraved,'
11. SO. Bracelet (U
Others from 6.00
Blossom in June
top, heavy 8
It a r d w ood
extension; fitted with table lock) aa
exceptional value at this ui price.
$32 Brass Beds. All Sites,
This well made brass bed Is knowsrl
everywhere ai a 132.00 value) nloaky
niched in dull satin or iilfhly pol
ished; a handsome bed at a very lawl
who ao not with lo pty a( tak
Mt in monthly rtmittaut.
K K.4toto-totoT'r WLaj
47 & 49 Weit 14th St,
we jfgreiw.'saii aacrBsarrweewwsmgrsaar-
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